Hemingray/Owens-Illinois Glass Company listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Glass Factory Year Book and Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 89,94,97, col. 1


BOTTLE AND CONTAINER

MANUFACTURERS

 

Following are companies manufacturing hollow ware of all kinds from small perfume bottles to large demijohns and carboys. After the name of each company will be found the officers and operating heads, together with factory capacities and kind of ware made. The important classes of ware also will be found arranged by companies in the classification section.


Hemingray Glass Co., Muncie, Ind.

(Now unit of Owens-Illinois Glass Co.)

Owens-Illinois Glass Co., General Offices, 965 Wall Street, Toledo, Ohio. Plants at Alton, Streator, Chicago Heights and Carlyle, Ill.; Gas City, Terre Haute, Muncie and Evansville, Ind.; Columbus and Newark, O.; Bridgeton and Glassboro, N. J.; Okmulgee, Okla.; Clarion and Brackenridge, Pa.; Charleston, Fairmont, Huntington and Clarksburg, W. Va.

Wm. E. Levis, president and general manager; Harold Boeschenstein, vice president and assistant general manager; H. G. Phillipps, vice president and treasurer; R. H. Levis, vice president; R. H. Barnard, vice president; A. W. Sherwood, vice president; H. W. Carter, vice president; B. F. Hazelton, Jr., vice president; C. B. Belknap, vice president; J. H. McNerney, secretary and assistant treasurer; E. F. Martin, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer; F. G. Morfoot, assistant treasurer; A. J. Riedmayer, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer; F. J. Solon, general sales manager. Bottles and containers of all descriptions in flint, amber, light green, emerald green, French green, dark green and applied colors; bottles and containers for beverages, whiskey, wines, cordials, liquors, proprietaries, patent medicines, extracts, pharmaceuticals, toilet preparations, perfumes, cosmetics, prescriptions, drug store products, apothecary globes, nursers, oil dispensers, soap globes, catsup, vinegar, table sauces, mayonnaise, salad dressing, olives, coffee, meats, pickles, milk, cream, cottage cheese, including wide mouth and narrow mouth food containers, drug store containers, five gallon water bottles, carboys, fuel oil containers, jugs of various sizes and types and hand blown containers; glass wool products; "Dustop" air filters; "Red Top" insulators in bat, bulk, and modulated forms; glass block; "Hemingray" insulators for electrical purposes.

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Keywords:Hemingray : Owens-Illinois Glass Company
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:May 1, 2010 by: Bob Stahr;